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BRANAIRE-DUCRU – 2005

St.Julien, Bordeaux, France

Grand Cru in 1855.

RP95. Plum, chocolate and some exotic smoky oak on the nose. Lush, smooth and sweet but not at all over the top; offers unusual volume and breadth for Branaire. The exotic aspect carries through on the palate, and yet this wine is holding plenty of material in reserve. Finishes with building tannins and excellent length.

 

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CANON – 2009

St.Emilion, Bordeaux, France
Premier Grand Cru.
RP 94. Hugely dense wine with great fruit and the purest tannins. Chocolate and coffee predominate at the same time as sweet tannins and acidity. A wine that combines charm with power.
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LA GAFFELIERE – 2000

St. Emilion, Bordeaux, France
Premier Grand Cru
RP 94. Concentrated, with lavish notes of roasted espresso, melted chocolate, creme de cassis, toasty new oak. Pure, with low acidity and exquisite balance.
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LA GAFFELIERE – 2006

St. Emilion, Bordeaux, France
Premier Grand Cru
RP 92. A subtle wine with sweet aromas of mocha, black cherries, cassis, and delicious toasty oak. Wonderful expansive richness, a deep mid-section, and sweet tannin in the persistent finish.
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LA GAFFELIERE – 2008

St. Emilion, Bordeaux, France
Premier Grand Cru
RP 93. A nicely wound core of cherry sauce, plum and blackberry fruit, wrapped with melted licorice, sweet spice and a flash of black tea. Pure, ripe fruit takes a nice encore on the fresh finish. Drink now. ”WS”
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LA GAFFELIERE – 2009

St. Emilion, Bordeaux, France
Premier Grand Cru
RP 95.  Straight down the line, this wine shows fruit and acidity. The tannins are relatively soft while the fruit is forward. Blackberries, coffee and licorice notes all come together. ”WE”
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BARDE HAUT – 2001

St. Emilion, Bordeaux, France
Grand Cru classe.

RP 91. Drinking at the perfect state of maturity, with ample notes of licorice, vanilla, black cherry, earth and stone. Soft, round and packed with sweet, ripe fruit, Barde Haut remains one of the best deals available from St. Emilion.

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MONBRISON – 2008

Margaux, Bordeaux, France
Small single vineyard in Arsac. Hand-harvested, unfiltered.
WS 89.  Seductive and perfumed on the nose and display a firm but supple structure with excellent depth of fruit on the palate.
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LANESSAN – 2002

Haut-Medoc, Bordeaux, France

Rich history, expressive wine. Unbeatable value.

Garnet red and inviting, this wine provides sun-ripened, warm strawberry notes underscored by sweet tobacco and cedar on the nose. Well-balanced and softly acidic, the earthiness and fruit flavors finish pleasantly.

AVAILABLE IN MAGNUM (1.5litre)

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BERNADOTTE – 2000

Haut-Medoc, Bordeaux, France
Grand vin. Prime location. Rising star.

RP 89. Garnet red and deeply floral and earthy on the nose, with aromas of both red and black currants, underscored by graphite minerality and dried herbs. Ripe and complex with subtle notes of tobacco with a medium body and lovely finish.

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BERNADOTTE – 2005

Haut-Medoc, Bordeaux, France
Grand vin. Prime location. Rising star.

RP 87. Garnet red and deeply floral and earthy on the nose, with aromas of both red and black currants, underscored by graphite minerality and dried herbs. Ripe and complex with subtle notes of tobacco with a medium body and lovely finish.
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BRIO DE CANTENAC-BROWN – 2004

Margaux, Bordeaux, France
2nd label from Chateau Cantenac Brown.

With its beautiful bouquet of red berries, black currant and mineral notes, BriO will seduce your senses time and again. The finish stretches out with velvety and graceful tannins. Round and complex, you will find yourself returning time and again to rediscover its profile.
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